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Steve Tawa


Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Steve:

Glen Mills Schools hit with class-action lawsuit amid abuse, cover-ups allegations

GLEN MILLS, Pa. (KYW Newsradio) -- Days after the commonwealth pulled Glen Mills Schools' license to operate, because of allegations of physical abuse and cover-ups, the nation's oldest reform school has been hit with a class-action lawsuit. → Read More

Record number of housing units added in 2018, most from core of Center City

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — If you've noticed a lot of cranes and construction crews around Center City, it's because more new housing went up in 2018 than any other year, since the → Read More

Several Eagles Join Team That Helps NFL Players Manage Money

Three members of the Philadelphia Eagles' Super Bowl squad have joined another team - a wealth management firm. → Read More

Nonprofit Gives Local Organizations Helping Hand In Fight Against HIV, AIDS

Over the last 12 years, Philly AIDS Thrift has distributed over $2 million from revenue generated at its two storefronts. → Read More

New Jersey Officials Looking Into Protocols Utility Companies Use To Restore Power After Nor'easters

A few thousand utility customers remain without power in New Jersey after two major snowstorms hit the state in less than a week and another one is taking aim at the state. → Read More

Cherry Hill Police Begin Full-Time Patrol Of Schools

Cherry Hill Township police are now assigned full-time to patrol all schools, as of Monday. → Read More

Krasner Names Former Obama Justice Department Official To Staff

Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner continues to fill positions as he settles into the job by rounding out his top assistants, including a former top official at the Department of Justice. → Read More

Local Leaders Remember Billy Graham Crusade In Philadelphia

Organizers of the Greater Philadelphia Billy Graham Crusade remember well his visit in 1992. → Read More

Murphy’s First Bill Signing Looks To Restore Funding To Women’s Health, Planned Parenthood «

Just 34 days into his new administration, Gov. Phil Murphy has laid out plans for his first bill signing. → Read More

Philadelphia Orchestra Gets Set For Tour Of Europe, Israel

The concerts will bring the Orchestra to six European cities, including Brussels, Paris, Hamburg and Vienna, then Haifa, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. → Read More

Sixers Unveil Bobby Jones Statue

At the 76ers Training Complex in Camden, another legendary player is memorialized. → Read More

PECO Sending Workers To Puerto Rico To Assist In Restoring Electricity Months After Hurricane Maria

PECO and its parent corporation, Exelon, are among the power industry groups sending people and equipment. → Read More

Philly Flower Show Will Treat Visitors To Sights, Sounds And Scents Of Rainforest

When visitors walk into the Philadelphia Flower Show this year, the first week in March at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, the entrance garden will inform them where in the world they are. → Read More

Developer: Philadelphia 'Has A Real Shot' At Amazon's Second Headquarters

One of the stakeholder developers in the next round of the Amazon HQ2 competition thinks Philadelphia "has a real shot." → Read More

Philadelphia Police Using Blocking Trucks, Drone For Mummers Parade

Whether it's New Year's Eve celebrations or the Mummers Parade on New Year's Day, Philadelphia police say they are prepared to keep everyone safe. → Read More

Herb Lipson, Outspoken Owner Of Philadelphia Magazine, Passes Away At 88

He was a pioneer in making Philly Mag a leader in investigative and lifestyle journalism, dating back to the 1960s. → Read More

Center City Law Firm Partner Trump Pick To Become US Attorney In Philadelphia

A partner in a Center City law firm and former federal prosecutor is President Donald Trump's pick to become the U.S. attorney in Philadelphia. → Read More

Attorneys For Victim Of Barclay Friends Fire Blame Failed Sprinkler System

Attorney Andrew Duffy says they're investigating the source and origin, and looking in detail at the fire suppression system. → Read More

Health Policy Organization: US Should Be Doing Better Job In Dealing With Diseases, Disasters

Trust for America's Health says the nation continues to react inefficiently during major incidents. → Read More

Mayor Kenney, La Colombe CEO Discuss The Virtue Of Vices

Mayor Kenney took a tour of the La Colombe roasting plant in Port Richmond, and talked politics, coffee, and other vices with the outspoken CEO of the company. → Read More